Editor/Reporter - CheersandGears.com
April 20, 2012
Acura has announced pricing on their smallest vehicle, the ILX. The base price starts at $25,900 (Excludes $895 destination fee) when it goes on sale next month.
For that amount, you get a 2.0L four-cylinder producing 150 HP, six-speed automatic, cloth seats, a proximity key, Pandora and text message functionality for the audio system, Bluetooth, alloy wheels and a power moonroof.
For an extra $3,000 ($29,200), you can add the premium package which includes leather heated seats, power adjustment for the driver’s throne, an uprated 360-watt stereo with SiriusXM and active noise cancellation, fog lamps, 17-inch alloy wheels and a rearview camera.
For another $2,200 ($31,400) is the technology package which adds ELS surround sound audio, AcuraLink multimedia functionality with voice recognition, and a navigation system with a 60-gigabyte hard drive.
There are also two other engine choices; for $29,200 you can get the ILX with a 2.4L four producing 201 HP, a six-speed manual transmission, and the premium package. The tech package isn't available on the 2.4L.
Then there is the ILX Hybrid which comes with a 1.5L hybrid powertrain and CVT. The base ILX hybrid starts at $28,900. The only option is the Technology Package which adds $5,500 ($34,400).